Traherne Williams – UK database – Broxburn, West Lothian.

A father who killed his three-month-old daughter when she would not stop crying has been jailed for six-and-a-half years.

Traherne Williams violently shook baby Sophia and threw her onto a couch while she was crying on May 30 2016

The infant suffered ‘serious brain injuries’ in the incident in Broxburn, West Lothian.

Paramedics attended and she was taken to St John’s Hospital where the tiny baby never recovered and died a few days later on June 5.

A judge heard how Williams had become “absolutely frustrated” that she would not take her feed.

At the High Court in Glasgow, Lord Matthews told him: “You became frustrated and threw the defenceless child – your own flesh and blood – onto a sofa.

“This was before she had any chance to engage in the gift of life.”

Williams later lied to a doctor and said Sophia had fallen at a family centre they had been staying at.

Williams, 23, pleaded guilty to culpable homicide at the High Court in Glasgow on May 4.

He was sentenced to six years and six months at the same court on Tuesday.

Williams smiled at his 20 year-old partner Shannon Main as he was handcuffed and taken to the cells.

The pair originally faced a murder allegation.

Williams instead admitted to the reduced charge while Main’s not guilty plea was accepted.

A hearing last month was told she is still standing by the man who killed their child.

In his sentencing statement, published online by the Judiciary of Scotland, judge Lord Matthews said: “Parenthood is an enormous privilege but it carries with it enormous responsibilities of nurturing, care and protection.

“As a child grows older the nature of the responsibilities will change but any sane person who is old enough to be a parent knows that a babe in arms is a delicate creature who requires to be handled with the greatest of care and patience.

“Instead of displaying these qualities when she cried, you became frustrated through a combination of circumstances and threw this defenceless child, your own flesh and blood, onto a sofa and in so doing you brought about the catastrophic chain of events which led to her death before she had had any real chance of enjoying the gift of life which you had helped to give her.

With many thanks to: UK database for the origional posting.

Luke Jolly (21) – Paedophile Alert – St Neots, Cambridge.

THIS offender has begged not be named on our database – NOT named in the press

A pervert has avoided a prison sentence after he was convicted of grooming what he believed were two young children online

Luke Jolly, 21-years-old of St Neots, appeared at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court where he pleaded guilty to two counts of engaging in sexual communication with a child

The court was told that Jolly had contacted several profiles online, of which he believed were young girls. He proceeded to send sexually explicit messages describing that he hoped to have sexual intercourse with them. He told the ‘girls’ that they should keep their contact with each other secret.

Jolly had in total contacted four profiles which he believed were aged – 12, 13, 13 and 14 year old girls.

However, the profiles actually belonged to online child protection team Totnes Justice and were infact adult women posing as children.

– Jolly was handed a suspended sentence.

– He was given a two year Sexual Harm Prevention Order

– He was told that he must sign on the sex offenders register for seven years

– Payment of £85 towards the crown prosecution service and a victim surcharge payment to the court of £115 was also made

With many thanks to: UK database for the origional posting.

William ‘Bill’ Putt – Paedophile Alert – Sheffield

NOT named in the press

A paedophile that subjected two young girls to seven years of sexual abuse has been jailed

Former BT engineer William ‘Bill’ Putt, 71 of Sheffield appeared at Sheffield Crown Court where he was found guilty of a string of sexual offences which included:

– Two counts of assault of a child under 13 by penetration

– Voyeurism

– Four counts of causing or inciting a child under 13 to engage in sexual activity

The court heard that Putt was found guilty by a jury of seven of the eight charges he had faced

The trial was told that Putt had repeatedly abused two young children over a seven year period. The abuse involved sexual penetration, molestation and secretly filming the children

The judge sentenced Putt to 12 years custodial, plus one year on license

A sexual harm prevention order until further notice was issued and he was told that he must register as sex offender for life

With many thanks to: UK database for the origional posting.